Saratoga Film Forum is On The Move
After 20 years in residence at the Arts Center, Saratoga Film Forum is relocating. We are looking for a space that can seat 50 – 75 people, within the core of Saratoga Springs. For the time being, we are extremely grateful to be able to screen our films at the Spring Street Gallery, at 110 Spring Street, in Saratoga Springs.
Saratoga Film Forum is Hiring! Beginning in June, Saratoga Film Forum has funding for a part-time Marketing position. The primary focus is on Audience Development, Publicity, Marketing and Fundraising. We require 1-4 years of experience. For more information about this position, send an email to email@example.com.
Saratoga Film Forum is a member-supported, member-run non-profit arts organization We focus on first-run independent, foreign and documentary films. We carefully select each film to provide a diverse, interesting, challenging range of movies.
Founded 23 years ago, we value community involvement. We are a volunteer-driven organization, including our Board of Directors. In addition to first run films, the Film Forum gives emphasis to enhanced “forum” events, which pair films with panels, lectures, concerts and other presentations.
Volunteers are an important ingredient to our success. Interested in getting involved? Contact Board President Carol Maxwell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As our community and the film business evolves, we continue to seek innovative ways to bring together film lovers, the local film community, and other local organizations. We welcome your suggestions and ideas.
In addition to our website, you can find us on Facebook and Twitter (@togafilmforum), for up to date information about our programming and events
A BRIEF HISTORY OF OUR ORGANIZATION: Saratoga Springs once boasted as many as three downtown movie houses. By the late Eighties, these were gone. In 1993, a group of Saratoga residents launched an initiative to open a welcoming, in-town, not-for-profit movie theater where people devoted to the art of cinema could see and talk about top-caliber, hard-to-find films. Film Forum movies were shown in a hotel ballroom, a drive-in movie theater, a coffee house, college auditoriums, churches, and the top floor of City Hall, before moving into the Arts Center. We are now relocating again, to Spring Street Gallery.
Our programming today reflects a range of genres with something for everyone: critically acclaimed new releases, classics, foreign films, family features, documentaries, shorts, animated movies, and film or video productions by local and nationally known filmmakers.